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Up to two positions for postdoctoral fellows are available at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in the group of Sebastian Leidel working on the in vivo role of RNA modifications in different model systems. Preferences will be given to motivated applicants with a strong background and scientific interest in RNA biology.

The successful candidate will have an outstanding academic track record and have published first authored papers in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals. Experience in mass spectrometry or next generation sequencing is a plus. Candidates should send applications by email including full their CV, list of publications and the names and institutional email addresses of three referees to: Tato emailová adresa je chráněna před spamboty, abyste ji viděli, povolte JavaScript More information can be found at: www.mpi-muenster.mpg.de Laguesse S, Creppe C, Nedialkova DD, Prévot PP, Borgs L, Huysseune S, Franco B, Duysens G, Krusy N, Lee G, Thelen N, Thiry M, Close P, Chariot A, Malgrange B, Leidel SA, Godin JD, Nguyen L. A dynamic Unfolded Protein Response contributes to the control of cortical neurogenesis. Dev Cell 2015 (In press). Nedialkova DD and Leidel SA. Optimization of codon translation rates via tRNA modifications maintains proteome integrity. Cell 2015; 161(7): 1606-1618. Alings F, Sarin LP, Fufezan C, Drexler HCA, Leidel SA. An evolutionary approach uncovers a diverse response of tRNA 2-thiolation to elevated temperatures in yeast. RNA 2015; 21(2): 202-212. Sarin LP and Leidel SA. Modify or die? - RNA modification defects in metazoans. RNA Biol 2014; 11(12): 1555-1567. Fernández-Vázquez J, Vargas-Pérez I, Sansó M, Buhne K, Carmona M, Paulo E, Hermand D, Rodríguez-Gabriel M, Ayté J, Leidel S, Hidalgo E. Modification of tRNA(Lys) UUU by elongator is essential for efficient translation of stress mRNAs. PLoS Genet 2013; 9(7): e1003647.

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